Greetings, and welcome to Fruhauf Chiropractic.
I wanted to take a moment and tell you a little about myself and how I came to be a Chiropractic physician.
Why did I choose Chiropractic?
It actually started out with myself being in a motor vehicle accident and not getting much help from my M.D. at that point, actually for two years, except steroids and pain pills. This was not a life I was use to, since at that point in my life at 21, I was bodybuilding, active in many athletic activities and in undergrad for pre-med/ psychology. Well, I went from being quite healthy and lifting everyday, enjoying life as much as possible, to being in pain all the time unable to be active; and at times being unable to move if I moved my neck at all, lost feeling of my whole body. Let me tell you the scariest feeling you could imagine.
Well, my life changed when I met my Mentor Dr. John Myers D.C. He made an impact that changed my life and ended up helping me to help many others in my career so far. And not to mention allowed me to start lifting after seeing him after just two weeks.
So started my path in Chiropractic medicine began. And from there moved into diplomat training for Acupuncture and the different techniques of acupuncture with T.O.M. And Diplomat training for Advanced Rehabilitation. My purpose to is help anyone that I treat to live their life the healthiest they can.
I have been in practice for over 11 years, Working on all types of patients and conditions. I have many hours of training in my other areas of focus. All of which are really done to give myself another way to help a patient. No one patient is the same, each of us are all unique and respond differently to different treatments. So in the years of clinical practice I have been known by my patients to be the solution finder for their health concerns and conditions.
Bachelors in human biology
Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2003
Diplomate training for Acupuncture
Diplomate training for Advanced Rehabilitation
McKenzie training A-C
Dynamic neuro stabilization
“Whiplash Injury Biomechanics & Traumatology 2015, Modules 1-4, Spine Research Institute of San Diego.”parts A-B
Training for Korean hand acupuncture
Kampo ( Japenese medicine)
Actively in continuing education for All areas being practiced.